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ST. LOUIS – The field of aviation is always looking for new pilots, air traffic controllers, aircraft mechanics, avionics and developers.

Wings of Hope is launching a new hands-on STEM aviation program to ignite in local students; especially girls and students of color with a passion for pursuing STEM and aviation careers.

Wings of Hope Ceo Bret Heinrich along with Dr. McCoy Superintendent, Jennings School District, and two 8th grade students joined  FOX 2 to discuss Wings of Hope new Soar into STEM hands-on aviation program and the launch party.

Soar into STEM Launch Party & Fly Girls Author Event
March 7 6:00 PM
Wings of Hope Hanger
Spirit of St. Louis Airport
18370 Wings of Hope Blvd.